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a malcontent rant� 09.06.2005
Memo to TIME: Master P IS a "Class Act"
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The Irony being that Master P, Fellow Rapper, and New Orleans Native, said, "We need people like Bush right now", and that he hopes this isn't "self promotion" on the part of Kanye, a Middle Class Black from Chicago who left Producing to play the Rap game...
You mean like the Shameless Promotion that Kanye got from TIME before his 2nd Album was even Officially released to the Public?...
Did Kanye Earn the Cover of TIME, or is Kanye simply an Industry Puppet being propped up to say things like he did regarding the President during this Tragedy?
Master P is concerned about getting his people out of danger first, not Ignorantly Politicking while Promoting a brand new album.
Memo to TIME: Master P IS a "Class Act"...
Maybe the Editors at TIME should stay out the Rap game, and stick to what they know best, Patently Biased Agendizing of Current events while hiding behind the Lie of Objectivity and the Constitutional Mandate of a "Free Press".
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